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News Corp buys Photobucket and Flektor

News Corp buys Photobucket and Flektor

By 31 May 2007

As reported at the beginning of the month, News Corp has confirmed that it has bought photo sharing website Photobucket for $300 million dollars. In a separate deal, News Corp. said it is also acquiring real-time video and audio editing site Flektor Inc.... >>

Google gets into internet security

Google gets into internet security

By 30 May 2007

After Google launched a new blog that focused on online security, as we reported last week, our eyes were firmly on the search engine super-power to see if they were going to launch some form of antivirus software. It seems our instincts weren't far wrong... >>

Disney sells millions through iTunes

Disney sells millions through iTunes

By 11 May 2007

Figures have been released from The Walt Disney Company's most recent fiscal quarter, and the company have reported very strong sales through Apple's iTunes store, totalling 23.7 million television episodes and two million movies, according to Disney... >>

MySpace blocks Photobucket

MySpace blocks Photobucket

By 12 April 2007

MySpace is further considering expanding its range of features it offers to users to prevent third parties cashing in on its phenomenon. This week, MySpace blocked all video and slideshow content from Photobucket because it apparently broke its terms... >>

Vonage win reprieve in patent case

Vonage win reprieve in patent case

By 8 April 2007

Vonage, the VoIP provider in the UK and US has avoided closer thanks to a last minute reprieve from a federal judge on Friday. Following a patent dispute with Verizon in America, Vonage has managed to stave off closure even though a judge in a lower court... >>

Pinnacle PCTV To Go LocationFree system launched

Pinnacle PCTV To Go LocationFree system launched

By 1 March 2007

Pinnacle Systems has launched Pinnacle PCTV To Go, a LocationFree system similar to Sony's and Slingbox's current offering so users can watch their own television signal via an internet connection. As the current systems available on the market, users... >>

Miglia unveils Mac software for Sony LocationFree

Miglia unveils Mac software for Sony LocationFree

By 27 February 2007

There's another choice of software for Mac users with Sony LocationFree boxes now that Miglia has launched its own application. The LocationFree Base Station streams wirelessly your TV or video signal to your computer, wherever you may be. It doesn't... >>

Apple rumoured to release three new iPods next year

Apple rumoured to release three new iPods next year

By 8 December 2006

Apple's plan for the next year is for three new iPod models to hit the market, including the oft wished-for widescreen model. Sources have told AppleInsider that a new video-centric model will either replace or supplant the current fifth-generation iPod... >>

Sony Ericsson confirms working with Sony to realise mobile TV

Sony Ericsson confirms working with Sony to realise mobile TV

By 27 November 2006

Sony Ericsson has confirmed rumours Pocket-lint first covered in August, that it is working with Sony to expand its cooperation beyond cell phones to mobile and broadband TV. Per Nordlof, Ericsson's director of product strategy and portfolio management,... >>

More delays hit Sony with BDP-S1 and LocationFree box pushed back

More delays hit Sony with BDP-S1 and LocationFree box pushed back

By 23 October 2006

More of Sony's products have been hit with delays after the news that there might be a problem with delivering on the target launch date for the PS3 in the US. A quick look at Sony's website for the US shows that its Blu-ray player, the BDP-S1 has been... >>


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